Definition of Unlimited Access
Unlimited access means you are free to use your Internet service for as many hours per month as you wish without additional fees. However, it does not mean "dedicated access" where you leave your session connected 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Unlimited access implies attended access by an individual user. Attended access constitutes use, which requires your personal presence and activity at your computer.
If you are not actively using your service, be sure to log out of the system so that others may gain access. Arkansas.Net has configured its servers to detect periods of inactivity. If your session has been inactive for a set period of time (currently 30 minutes), your session will be disconnected to allow others to use our service. If your session is disconnected, you are free to dial back in whenever you wish.
Running programs, which intentionally interfere with the inactivity timeout, is expressly prohibited and may result in your account being suspended.
A single dial-up session lasting for more than 9 hours in a row will exceed the session limit. Once the session limit is reached, the session will be disconnected automatically.